TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A Latino rights group is calling on New Jersey officials to make quick changes to the Spanish-language version of the state’s Superstorm Recovery information website.
The Latino Action Network says the site renewjerseystronger.org does not have the same content as the English version, and does not have any detail about how to appeal decisions on one major grant program.
The group also says the Spanish version was not updated with a new address for an office in Newark.
The organization wrote the state Department of Community Affairs on Tuesday, calling attention to the issues, saying the site violates federal law. The group is demanding that changes be made, deadlines extended and Spanish speakers affected by Sandy be notified.
A DCA spokeswoman did not immediately return a call.
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